The latest national and international news from BBC Radio 4.
1/5 The elaborate naming systems of Renaissance botanists for the myriad varieties of citrus. (R)
The latest shipping forecast.
BBC Radio 4 joins the BBC World Service.
News from BBC Radio 4.
A spiritual comment and prayer to begin the day, with the Most Rev George Stack.
Animal feed enriched with maggots, and Essex Young Farmers release a charity single.
Kate Humble presents the stock dove.
Morning news. Includes Sports Desk, Weather and Thought for the Day.
Peter White meets 2012 Paralympian triple gold medallist, horse rider Sophie Christiansen.
In April 1967, seven years of military dictatorship began in Greece.
2/5 Citrus and Sicily: How the Mafia had its origins in the lemon groves of the Conca d'Oro.
NHS campaigner Julie Bailey talks to Jenni Murray about why she took action.
2/5 Jeremy meets MI5 whistleblower Helen McKee, who's holed up in a Manuellan Embassy cupboard
The moon is under threat. It belongs to all of us and urgently needs protection.
4/5 A range of people explain what the hauntingly beautiful Welsh song 'Myfanwy' means to them
Who would be a teacher? Call You and Yours and share your point of view.
The latest weather forecast.
David Moyes is sacked as manager of Manchester United. How hard is it to follow a legend?
Martin Sixsmith visits Sigmund Freud's apartments and Europe's oldest mental asylum.
Kirsty's got a surprise for Tom. (R)
An elderly widow, about to remarry, goes on a hen party to Venice with two old friends.
4/6 Josie Long explores what happens when nobody knows your true identity.
How would an independent Scotland power itself? Tom Heap investigates.
Michael Rosen goes to Glasgow to hear about the Scots language with Sanjeev Kohli.
4/9 Mathematician Marcus du Sautoy chooses the blind Argentinian writer Borges.
Full coverage and analysis of the day's news.
National and international news from BBC Radio 4.
6/7 The ground-breaking phone-in show, hosted by the legendary Gary Bellamy. (R)
Tom and Tony have heart to heart.
Kirsty Lang talks to James Graham, whose play Privacy explores fears in the digital age.
2/5 Jeremy meets MI5 whistleblower Helen McKee, who's holed up in a Manuellan Embassy cupboard (R)
Assessing 70 years of conflict and consensus since secondary education became free to all.
A panel of four people 60 years apart in age share their experiences of visual impairment.
Dr Mark Porter on how Baclofen stopped a listener drinking 6-8 bottles of wine a day.
Peter White meets 2012 Paralympian triple gold medallist, horse rider Sophie Christiansen. (R)
In-depth reporting and analysis from a global perspective.
7/10 Ruth recounts the arrival of herself and her twin Aeney into her father's story.
4/4 The waters rise on Shedtown, and its no-rules pier is about to reach its beachy head.
2/4 Alan Dein hears the story of Bryan and Anna, who met using Google Translate. (R)
2/5 Citrus and Sicily: How the Mafia had its origins in the lemon groves of the Conca d'Oro. (R)
Small-scale farmers demand a greater share of subsidy payments. With Anna Hill.
Kate Humble presents the capercaillie.
Wednesday 23 April 2014